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KidZone Children’s Worship
every Sunday, 11 a.m.
in the cafeteria
Children in pre-K through fifth grade are invited to meet in the cafeteria each Sunday for an exciting hour of singing, skits, activities, and learning about Jesus that will help them discover what worship is all about. For info: Belinda Spears, 903.815.7271
Sunday School News
Sunday School for all ages meets every Sunday at 10 a.m.
PLEASE NOTICE THE CHANGES IN CLASS LOCATIONS.
Sunday School for adults
Bible Study Class--meeting in the locker room, se corner of the gym
Bruce Hawkins leads this study of upcoming sermon texts. For the next few weeks, we're looking at I John. Bring your Bible and a friend. This is Bible 101 -- no previous experience is necessary. Everybody is welcome.
Youngish Adult Class — for those 25ish to 40ish --meeting in the commons
Joey Guess teaches this class. Bring a friend -- everybody is welcome.
Life’s Journey Class --meeting in the commons
Jeff Lease is teaching this week from "The Wired Word". It relates current events to the Bible and invites discussion. If you haven't tried out Life's Journey, stop in this Sunday.
Let's Talk About It Class --meeting in the locker room, sw corner of the gym
Kay Dishner leads "Living Eternally in the Now". It's a good time to come see what this class is all about.
Another choice for adults
Adult Sunday School not your cup of tea? Bring your kids to their Sunday School classes, bring your Sunday paper, and sit down for a quiet cup of coffee in the commons. The coffee and donuts will be here ready for you. And if you find some other folks to visit with who are just hanging out — well, that’s fine, too.
Children's Sunday School
Newborn through age 3:Teachers Katy Vaught
in the choir room
4 years- grade 2: Teachers Jan Oliver, Belinda Spears
in the cafeteria
Grades 3 - 5: Teacher Joyce Jones, Kim Williams
in the cafeteria
Grades 6 and up: Teachers Jackie Barr, Gregg Holbrook, Aaron Oliver
on the stage in the cafeteria
Sunday, July 8, 4 - 6 p.m.
Hey, fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth graders -- yes, you. Have you checked your mail? You should have received an invitation to the LOFC swimming party at Gregg and Virgie's house.
Didn't get one? Let us know. Coming? We want to hear from you -- 903.821.9243.
Nowhere else around here can you enjoy a good game of Greased Pig Pass and Stick the Snowball. Taco bar + ice cream bar, too.
And of course friends are welcome. Don't miss it.
LOFC support group
for parents of children
with behavioral challenges
Next meeting: Tuesday, July 10, 7:30 p.m.
LOFC Community Outreach Center
Parents of kids with behavior challenges face difficulties that friends and family might not understand. Leap of Faith offers a support group for those parents to share their experiences with others in similar situations and to learn strategies for managing the
difficulties of behavioral challenges.
The group is led by special education teacher Aaron Oliver who will answer questions and facilitate networking and resource sharing.
The group meets on the second Tuesday of each month from 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. at the LOFC Community Outreach Center in Preston Plaza, 501 Spur 316, Suite 106.
The next meeting is on Tuesday, July 10, 7:30 p.m. at the LOFC Community Outreach Center, in Preston Plaza at 501 Spur 316, Suite 106, Pottsboro.
Call Summer Holbrook, group organizer, 214.223.5078, for more information.
Ties you don't wear anymore?
I have a friend, caregiver for her grandchildren, who is supplementing her income by making really lovely handbags out of men's ties. She needs more ties, any kind, any color.
If you have one or many ties in your closet that you don't wear any more, would you bring them to church on Sunday? I'll be glad to see that she gets them. She will be very appreciative. So will I.
Parking -- walk a little way for a friend?
Some of our older members, those with health considerations, and those with little children would sure appreciate closer-in parking spaces being freed up. The north and south lots most of us use are getting full.
If you'd be willing to park in front of the elementary school off 120 or between the stadium and the middle school classroom building off Cardinal Lane, it would be a loving help to those who need closer access to the building.
June 24, 2018
In worship: 64
In Sunday School: 46
First time worshippers: 3
Total members: 114
Offering: 1468.83; total for June 6348.83
Leap of Faith Church is independent of any denomination. Inclusivity and diversity are honored by us; we are glad to be in ministry to and with all people. Working with our neighbors to make life better for us all is important to us. The main thing, though, is our shared faith in Jesus Christ and the new life he promises those who follow him.
To join LOFC as a member: Please take a membership card from the registration pad on Sunday morning, read it, pray about your decision, and, if you'd like to join as one of our first members, fill out the card and return it to Virgie. Virgie will also be glad to email you the membership form. Email, text, or call her with any questions --LOFChurch@hotmail.com, 903.821.9243.
Want to know more? Virgie would be happy to hear from you. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 903.821.9243.
Virgie Holbrook, Pastor
Board of Directors:
Pam Forman, Treasurer
Pam Griffin, Assistant Lay Leader
Stacy Hricko, Secretary
Jan Oliver, Financial Secretary
Steve Robinson, Lay Leader
Belinda Spears - Administrative Assistant
Summer Holbrook - Music Coordinator
Spencer Dirk, Katy Vaught - Nursery
at Pottsboro Middle School
We have four great parking options:
1. Off of 120 in directly in front of the middle school cafeteria building on the north side of the building -- if you can make the walk up the covered walkway, this is close and convenient.
2. Off of 120 directly in front of the elementary school -- it's a little bit more of a walk, but those who need to be closer to the entrance will appreciate your thoughtfulness in freeing up close-in spaces for them if you park here.
3. Off of Cardinal Lane on the south side of the middle school cafeteria -- it's close and convenient to the south entrance. Just remember to turn south on Cardinal and follow the signs.
4. If the south lot fills up, there's all that great parking on the huge lot near the football stadium. You can, of course, drop off passengers near the south entrance before you drive over to park.
P.O. Box 785, Pottsboro, TX 75076
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Many, many thanks to all who set up tents and tables, drove the van, taught crafts, led songs, played games, brought dinner, made tee shirts, fixed s'mores and snow cones, and helped in a thousand other ways.
Special thanks to Summer Holbrook who coordinated and led VBS and to the members of the LOFC Program Committee who pitched in and shared their time generously.
Extra-special thanks to each one who shared his or her faith and followed Jesus by demonstrating what real love looks like.
Leap of Faith Church |Meeting at 521 Hwy 120,Pottsboro, TX 75076